Celebrate a Traditional Christmas in Ireland in a Holiday Cottage Vacation Rental
10/30/2010

Co. Wicklow, Ireland — 30 October 2010 — Aughavannagh Cottage celebratory Christmas rates for up
to seven sharing are announced. See the traditional Wren Boys and Celebrate Christmas in this Irish self catering cottage for rent for €1100 from Tuesday 21 Dec. to Tuesday 28 Dec.

Online PR News – 30-October-2010 – – Tucked away in a hidden glen in the scenic mountains south of Dublin Ireland this Wicklow self catering vacation rental is an ideal base for a traditional Irish Christmas. In nearby Glenmalure valley join the locals on St Stephens Day (December 26) in the old Irish tradition of the Wren Boys. In Irish, December 26 is called Lá Fhéile Stiofán or Lá an Dreoilín — the latter translates as the Day of the Wren or Wren's Day. This ancient tradition can still be seen in the magnificent mountain glen of Glenmalure, County Wicklow and it really is a memorable experience. The Wren Boys walk the roads of the valley dressed in old clothes and playing traditional Irish music. Money is collected for local charities and unlike olden times, the wren is not killed as the Wren Boys march with a fake bird. The festivities reach a high point in the lovely pub in Glenmalure where locals and visitors alike are made welcome. Join in the festivities and return to the beautiful Aughavannagh Cottage with the snow clad mountains surrounding the valley.

The cottage is described by travel writers as being - ‘High in the Wicklow Mountains, just the most picture perfect example of a country home. It retains the 19th century cottage feel but with all the comforts of a home away from home’. Completely equipped with every modern convenience including oil fired central heating, this beautiful self catering Irish cottage is set on 5 acres of its own grounds with magnificent views over the Wicklow Mountains